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Do you love words?

Are you a word nerd? Do you consider yourself a logophile? What are your favorite games to play that satisfy your love of words?

 

 

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My mom and I love to play Upwords!

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I love crosswords. 

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My favorite word game is scrabble, I play it every day.

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I do crosswords

regularely and play Words

with friends online with friends.
 I’m also an avid reader and a Jeopardy buff

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I like Worduko - which I find to add a nice twist to Sudoko - but books are hard to find.

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I've been playing Lexulous for several years with a friend on line. It's like Scrabble.

 

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I like WordPlay.  You are given a circle of letters which you must fit into a crossword puzzle.

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NYT mini crossword puzzle!  Satisfies my daily fix.  Afterwards, my cousin in MN and I compare our times and discuss the puzzle on Messenger.

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I love to play Jotto. You choose a 5-letter word with no letters repeating. Your opponent also chooses a 5-letter word. You try to guess each other’s word by saying 5-letter words and you say how many letters are in both words but don’t tell them what the letters are. Hard to explain but really a fun, logical, thinking word game!

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There are several games. I loved playing Boggle with my mom when she was alive. We play Scrabble multiple times a week. Of course crossword puzzles are still a great way to play with words.

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I  enjoy doing the Jumbles in the morning newspaper.  It makes my brain work as I unscramble letters into words, pick out the circled letters, and use them to form words to answer the puzzle.

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